'Retailers have to come to the table' - Beef Plan farmers
Tommy Moyles speaks to two farmers at the Beef Plan Movement protest at Musgraves on the Tramore Road in Cork city.
Farmers agree protocol for future beef talks
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed hopes for talks about the ongoing beef crisis to reconvene at the “earliest possible opportunity".
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Listowel Races: it’s a feeling
The Race is on … to Munster’s biggest and best harvest racing festival. Listowel will host its 161th harvest racing festival from Sunday to Saturday 8 to 14 September.
Yellowhammer report reveals veterinary medicine concern
A no-deal Brexit's impact on veterinary medicine could affect human health, according to UK Government's 'reasonable worst case assumptions' report
Government signals budget support for farmers
The agriculture sector is in line for government supports, the Minister for Finance has indicated.
IFA news: BEAM deadline and Brexit
BEAM deadline, IFA at the Ploughing and Brexit support.
Polish commissioner to replace Hogan in agriculture
Phelim O'Neill reports from Brussels on the nomination of Polish commissioner, Janusz Wojciechowski to succeed Phil Hogan as European Commissioner for Agriculture.
Western Pastures draws the crowds
Aidan Brennan reports from the green fields of Roscommon, where a farm walk drew hundreds of farmers to a green field dairy conversion.
Boost for Kerry milk price bonus
Kerry dairy farmers got good news when the independent arbitrator between Kerry Group and Kerry Co-op ruled in favour of including the west Cork Co-op price writes Jack Kennedy
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Listowel Races: it’s a feeling
The Race is on … to Munster’s biggest and best harvest racing festival. Listowel will host its 161th harvest racing festival from Sunday to Saturday 8 to 14 September.
Don’t be fooled! Trust Titan®
Insist on Titan in your feed formulations! Not all kelp products are Ascophyllum nodosum.
LIDL Ireland has added 65 Irish products to their shelves
For a third consecutive year, Lidl has called out to suppliers in Ireland and Northern Ireland to enter products into their supplier development programme, Kick Start.
Come and join ALDI at the most amazing marquee for entertainment
Aldi once again returns to the National Ploughing Championships from 17 to 19 September – and what a jam-packed line-up they’re bringing with them!
Boost for Kerry milk price bonus
Kerry dairy farmers got good news when the independent arbitrator between Kerry Group and Kerry Co-op ruled in favour of including the west Cork Co-op price writes Jack Kennedy
Global report: stories from around the world
A weekly selection of global news stories that affect demand, supply and prices.
20 minutes with Nick Whelan, CEO Dale Farm
Eoin Lowry discusses the impact of a no-deal Brexit with Nick Whelan, CEO of Dale Farm
Fonterra delays financial results and confirms job losses
New Zealand dairy co-op Fonterra has confirmed it will cut employee numbers over the coming year.
Hefty fine for green diesel in old field car
Customs officials entered a farmer's yard without warning and dipped 16-year-old, off road vehicle.
Bord Na Móna machinery auction
Bord Na Móna will host a machinery auction of 200 machines o, including 65 tractors in Offaly.
JCB cautious despite £4.1bn 2018 turnover
JCB sales turnover rose by 22% to £4.1bn last year, up from £3.35bn in 2017. Despite this, the company has sounded a note of caution.
Show team award for Creaga Shorthorns
The Galway-based Creaga Shorthorn herd took the title of show herd of the year following last Saturday’s Strokestown Show, writes Shane Murphy.
Superb 100ac Meath package on the market
The farm is being offered in a number of lots and includes two impressive residences.
Beef and tillage farmers dominate €3.05m Wexford sale
The impressive auction far exceeded the original guide.
Top-class Waterford tillage farm
The impressive 73-acre tillage farm is located in one block in the Blackwater Valley.
Going greenfield in Wicklow
The new 16-unit parlour cost between €140,000 and €150,000. William Conlon reports.
From the Tramlines: harvest 2019 will be remembered for very different reasons
Harvest 2019 has drawn to a close for many growers and it will be remembered for very different reasons, Stephen Robb writes
Catch crops in focus in Wexford
Stephen Robb looks at the key take home messages from the recent Teagasc Catch Crop Drilling and Demonstration day in Wexford.
A whole year’s rain in two months
Another growing season and another wild ride! Kevin and Michele Rosenbohm report from Missouri, USA on their spring and summer in the western Midwest.
Tillage Management: harvesting, baling and planting are ongoing
Broken weather continues to prevent the end of harvesting cereals and beans while some straw remains to be baled and there has been some rape planted.